Sponsored by Unilever.
With a lingering COVID-19 crisis, more and more Americans lack access to essentials they need to remain healthy and thrive. Unilever wants to help.
Unilever — the parent company to many of the brands people love and support such as Dove, Magnum, TRESemmé, AXE, Seventh Generation, and more — launched United for America in March to feed people living in vulnerable communities in partnership with Feeding America and Direct Relief.
United for America is a movement inspiring collective action to deliver food, medical supplies, hygiene products, and other critical items to organizations supporting those most impacted by the current financial crisis. You can learn more and join Unilever’s efforts at weareunitedforamerica.com.
Beyond that, Unilever is trying to help everyone save money during this difficult time with the release of their second Super Saver coupon booklet.
Here’s what you need to know:
Given the ongoing need, Unilever’s United for America campaign will contribute an additional $5 million in goods and services from September through the end of the year. This comes after a $20 million donation of goods and services in March at the time the United for America initiative was launched.
Unilever donated $20 million worth of food, soap, personal hygiene, and cleaning products.
You can feel even better buying Unilever products knowing about the incredible work the company is doing to help vulnerable communities that have been the most economically impacted by COVID-19.
Here are some of the relief efforts they have provided so far:
- Suave donated $1 million worth of hand sanitizer to healthcare workers.
- Dove donated $2.5 million worth of products to a network of American food banks.
- Caress donated $500,000 to a fund for women of color business owners.
- The company has made $2 million in donations to humanitarian aid organization Direct Relief, and more than half a million dollars to Feeding America.
Unilever is now working to help struggling communities by tackling urgent challenges Americans are facing during the pandemic: the education gap, access to food and essential supplies, and the “She-Cession,” as the recession has been shown to disproportionately impact women.
Unilever’s latest Super Saver has 29 coupons worth more than $55.
Unilever’s brands include Axe, Q-Tips, Ben & Jerry’s, Seventh Generation, Nexxus, Degree, Shea Moisture, Dove, Suave, Hellmann’s, The Right to Shower, Knorr, Vaseline, and Lipton — so there’s a good chance that the Super Saver is full of products you want to keep buying for your household.
Some of the best deals in the September issue include:
- $5.00 off any one Nexxus Shampoo, Conditioner, or Styling product
- $4.00 off any 2 Dove, Dove Men+Care, AXE, Degree, or Degree Men Dry Spray Antiperspirant products
- $2.00 off any one Seventh Generation Liquid Laundry Detergent (95 oz or larger)
The Super Saver will hit Sunday papers Sept. 20.
Unilever is averaging one Super Saver booklet a month, but so far, they’ve announced an October edition, coming Oct. 18, and a November edition, coming Nov. 1.
They don’t have plans to release these on a particular schedule, so if you don’t get the Sunday paper, check out the Valassis book finder map to locate a copy of the Super Saver booklet near you.
You have two weeks to use the coupons inside.
The majority of the coupons in the Sept. 20 Super Saver expire on Oct. 3, so plan your shopping trips accordingly.